Former councilman Alex Mendez allegedly had workers handle bundles of vote-by-mail ballots in the 3rd Ward election, according to a new court filing by councilman William McKoy’s attorney.
President Donald Trump cited the recent Paterson elections which were marred by voter fraud to rail against mail-in voting on Sunday night.
Councilman William McKoy is seeking an injunction from the Passaic County Superior Court to stop councilman-elect Alex Mendez, who has been charged with election and voter fraud, from taking office next week.
After getting charged with election and voting fraud, councilman-elect Alex Mendez is saying he is not guilty.
Loud music, unsanctioned block parties, and fireworks marked a wild weekend in Paterson that has prompted at least one City Council member to call for a legislative investigation into lack of police response to quality of life problems.
After expressing their support for three projects at the Great Falls two days ago that requires a $38 million bond guarantee, City Council members suddenly turned against them on Thursday afternoon.
Citing widespread voter fraud, including theft of vote-by-mail ballots, longtime councilman William McKoy is asking the New Jersey Superior Court to invalidate the results of the 3rd Ward race and order a special election.